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Re: Microsoft Team Foundation vs Subversion

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-07-28 19:10:33 CEST

Gábor Szabó <szabgab@gmail.com> wrote on 07/28/2005 01:04:06 PM:

> People around are talking about postponing their SCM move till the next
> best thing on earth will come in the form of Microsoft Team Foundation.
> I'd like to get your opinion, have you already seen it, used it?
> What killer feature does it have that Subversion might not have?
> What are the key selling points besides the name of the vendor?
> A couple of links:

I was just looking at this today.


It is a bit surprising how much the source control part feels inspired by
Subversion. They use the term working copies, have revision numbers
(which they call changesets) etc..

Overall, the UI looks nice. I wonder what it is like with a project that
has more than a few dozen files in it and you are working on a WAN.


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